OAKLAND — On Friday, Teenage Bottlerocket played with Face to Face at the Hawthorne Theatre in Portland for about 500 punk music fans. Tickets were $20. On Monday, the punk band played happy hour at the Oakland Tavern for an unlikely mix of curious locals, barroom regulars and punks who traveled to get there. Admission was free. It was 96 degrees outside when the show started at 4 p.m. Shirtless mosh pit dancers slipped on sweat. One of the bar’s speakers blew out completely, and vocals were garbled or could hardly be heard. In spite of the snags, Teenage Bottlerocket …
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